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"Terror at 20,000 Leagues" is a The Patrick Star Show episode from season 1. In this episode, The Patrick Show! presents a Halloween TV special.



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 ) Production music
 ) Original music
 ) SpongeBob music

  The Curious Cabin - Ego Plum [Opening]
  Going Maracas! (A) - Richard Myhill [Squidina wakes up Patrick]
  Shuffle A La Carte - Tony Tape [The Patrick Show's Halloween special]
  Spooky Antics Revisited - Ego Plum [SpongeMonster and Pat-gor laughing at the TV]
  The Creature (a) - Gregor Narholz ["Say it isn't so, master!"]
  Refugee Drama - Gerhard Trede ["Oh, Halloween is a terrible night."]
  Disturbing Facts A - Gregor Narholz ["No! Not our candy!"]
  The Creature (a) - Gregor Narholz ["If we're going to survive the night..."]
  Showpizz A - Otto Sieben [Puppies on TV]
  King of the Giants C - John Fox, Otto Sieben ["Granny Tentacles: Pantry of Doom"]
  Medieval Landscape - Umberto Santucci [Granny Tentacles grabs the newspaper from her lawn]
  Jolly Clarinet - Ilan Harel ["My house is a mess. I can't live like this anymore!"]
  Tricks and Traps - James McConnel [Granny Tentacles makes a potion]
  ? [Granny Tentacles curses villagers to do her work]
  Tricks and Traps - James McConnel [Granny Tentacles notices Patrick]
  ? [Granny Tentacles tries to curse Patrick]
  Tricks and Traps - James McConnel [The curse ricochets back at the doll of Patrick]
  ? [The doll comes to life and bites Granny Tentacles]
  Straight from Hell - Gregor Narholz [The doll throws items at Granny Tentacles]
  Night Out - Tommy Reilly, James Moody [The doll pulls out a banana]
  Straight from Hell - Gregor Narholz [The doll throws the axe at Granny Tentacles]
  Night Out - Tommy Reilly, James Moody [Patrick eats the doll]
  Jaunty Joe - Tommy Reilly, James Moody [The curses are undone as Patrick eats the dolls]
  Drama Link (B) - Hubert Clifford [The villagers turn against Granny Tentacles]
  ? [Granny Tentacles serves drinks under the curse]
  Mountain Dew (A) - Graham Preskett [Famous Ed's commercial]
  Comic Capers C - Charlie Brissette, Norman Mamey ["Brains!"]
  The Curious Cabin - Ego Plum ["Oh, hey there!"]
  Sneeky - Gregor Narholz [Patrick and Squidina trick-or-treat at Bubble Bass's house]
  Shock (F) - Dave Hewson ["My vintage Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy collector's candy!"]
  Funeral Music - Gabriel Faure, Alfred Kluten [Bubble Bass starts crying]
  Galleon - Sam Fonteyn [Patrick spits out a ball of chewed candy]
  ? [Patrick drops the ball of candy]
  Kitsch Latin Cool - Malcolm Lockyer [Bubble Bass cries again]
  Drama Link (G) - Hubert Clifford ["The villagers master! They found us!"]
  Planet Xz-3 - Gregor Narholz [Dr. Plankenstein encourages SpongeMonster to scare off the villagers]
  Clumsy A - Bernd Gesell [Pat-gor shows his painting]
  Planet Xz-3 - Gregor Narholz ["There. That's you, that's them, and this is us cheering you on."]
  The Creature A - Gregor Narholz [SpongeMonster scares the trick-or-treaters]
  No Questions Asked (A) - Gregor Narholz ["I couldn't do it. The villagers are too scary."]
  ? ["Quasar, the Movie: Dark Side of the Spoon"]
  Space Age Swingers A - Wendie Colter, Willie Aron [Pat-Tron is excited for breakfast]
  ? ["Logic Loops. Free prize inside..."]
  ? [Pat-Tron turns a crank on his body]
  Halloween Antics (A) - Kevin Riepl [Robot alien invader pop's out of Pat-Tron]
  Box Melody - Leo Nissim ["I'm a mommy!"]
  Halloween Antics (A) - Kevin Riepl [Robot chases Captain Quasar]
  Box Melody - Leo Nissim ["Now now, baby! No biting the captain."]
  Halloween Antics (A) - Kevin Riepl [Robot goes back to chasing Captain Quasar]
  Six Powerful Cues (A) - Wilfred William Burns [The robot has grown to massive size]
  Box Melody - Leo Nissim ["My baby, you're safe!"]
  Mostly Ghostly (a) - John Rowcroft [Madame Hagfish's Were-Hair Boutique commercial]
  ? [Madame Hagfish's Were-Hair Boutique commercial]
  Spooky Antics Revisited - Ego Plum [Pat-gor gives Dr. Plankenstein a haircut]
  Evil Wizard [#53.2] - Udi Harpaz ["Quickly, Pat-gor. Battle stations!"]
  Clumsy C - Bernd Gesell [Patrick and Squidina at the door]
  ? [SpongeMonster eating candy]
  Clumsy C - Bernd Gesell ["Okay. This is the last house in the neighborhood..."]
  Evil Wizard [#53.3] - Udi Harpaz [Pat-gor pours the oatmeal]
  Droopy - Arthur Wilkinson [Patrick eats the oatmeal]
  ? ["That candy will be ours!"]
  Drama Link (G) - Hubert Clifford [SpongeMonster, Pat-gor, and Dr. Plankenstein hide behind the couch]
  Bumbling B - Bernd Gesell [Patrick and Squidina in a trench coat]
  ? [Squidina grabs Dr. Plankenstein, thinking he is candy]
  Panic Patrol - Kenny Graham [Patrick eats Dr. Plankenstein]
  Dramatic Episode 2 - Kurt Rehfeld [Patrick records himself]
  Sports and Games - Gerhard Narholz [Patrick at a dog show]
  ? ["And right here, just for us, we're gonna paint a little candy."]
  Battle Stations - Joseph Engleman [Patrick in a fighter plane]
  Jet Generation - Sammy Burdson [Patrick on a game show]
  ? [Patrick escapes the TV]
  One Zero Zero - Jean-Jacques Perrey [Patrick and Squidina eat candy]
  ? [Christmas time after Halloween]




  • This is the second episode in the SpongeBob franchise to have "20,000" in the title. The first is "20,000 Patties Under the Sea" from the main series.
  • Fred shouts "My brain!," which is a reference to the my leg! running gag.
  • This episode's credits sequence is different from the other episodes, being Halloween-themed.
  • The three trick-or-treaters that show up at Dr. Plankenstein's door are the same characters from "The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom."
  • This is the seventh episode of the SpongeBob SquarePants franchise where SpongeBob is completely absent, as he does not make an appearance and he is not mentioned.
  • The end of the episode foreshadows the events of "Just in Time for Christmas."
  • Even though this aired before "The Yard Sale," it was the second The Patrick Star Show special in production.
  • This is the first appearance of Madame Hagfish in The Patrick Star Show, as well as her return following "The Curse of the Hex."
  • Following "Mall Girl Pearl," "Don't Wake Patrick," and "A Cabin in the Kelp," this is the fourth episode in which Karen appears without Plankton, as well as the first episode of The Patrick Star Show to do that.
  • This is the first The Patrick Star Show episode to premiere after a hiatus.

Episode references

  • Dr. Plankenstein getting a popcorn piece in his eye could be a reference/callback to "Stair Wars," when Pat-gor eats his popcorn too fast and gets one in Dr. Plankenstein's eye.

Cultural references